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Creating Bookmarks Using Dreamweaver

By: CivicCX

Objective:  To learn how to create book marks using Macromedia Dreamweaver.


1)  Create a new or open an existing document on Macromedia Dreamweaver.

 

2)  To insert the bookmark select insert at the top of your screen and scroll down to Invisible Tags.  Another menu will appear and select Named Anchor.

 

3)  In the window dialog box that appears after selecting Named Anchor, type in "Bookmark" in the space provided, and select ok.
 

4)  A Book type logo should then be inserted in the workspace area of Dreamweaver which looks similar to the one show below.  You can do this for as many book marks as needed. (Shown here are three bookmarks)  

5) Next scroll your cursor to the top of your screen and type in the same header which you named your bookmark. 

6)  After typing the exact header of the corresponding bookmark highlight it and you will see a link window open towards the bottom of the screen.  Select the little navigation circle and hold it down then drag it to the bookmark you want to link it to.

 

7)  When over top of the bookmark click and now you will have a completed bookmark :-)

 

An example of a bookmark is shown below:

Developing Webs 1

Developing Webs 2

Developing Webs 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Developing Webs 1

This is an example of a book mark.  When you clicked "Developing Webs 1" on  the top of this screen you were brought down to its subtitle which is the one right above this text.  This kind of page is very useful for creating "FAQ" pages (Frequently asked questions).  You can add as many bookmarks to any type of page which you want too.

Back to Top

 

 

 

 

Developing Webs 2

This is an example of a book mark.  When you clicked "Developing Webs 2" on  the top of this screen you were brought down to its subtitle which is the one right above this text.  This kind of page is very useful for creating "FAQ" pages (Frequently asked questions).  You can add as many bookmarks to any type of page which you want too.

Back to Top

 

 

 

 

Developing Webs 3

This is an example of a book mark.  When you clicked "Developing Webs 3" on  the top of this screen you were brought down to its subtitle which is the one right above this text.  This kind of page is very useful for creating "FAQ" pages (Frequently asked questions).  You can add as many bookmarks to any type of page which you want too.

Back to Top

 

 

 

 

 

 



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